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FTSE Friday Close

Index Value Change %
UK Stock Index FTSE 100 6946.7 -3.07 -0.04%
UK Stock Index FTSE 250 17273.8 +24.02 +0.14%
UK Stock Index FTSE All Share 3744.3 -0.30 -0.01%
Dow Jones 18132.70 -91.87 -0.50%
Nikkei 18797.94 +12.15 +0.06%
Hang Seng 24823.29 -78.77 -0.32%

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Friday Close. Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes.

FTSE 100 Risers & Fallers

Top FTSE 100 Fallers

Intu Properties 353.5 -5.1%
Royal Bank of Scotland Group 367.2 -5.02%
Barclays 256.9 -1.98%
Weir Group 1704 -1.73%
Aberdeen Asset Management 468.6 -1.53%

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Market News

Sunday newspaper round-up: Opec, HSBC, Afren bid battle 01 Mar 2015 | 15:52
A fierce dispute is set to break out within the key organisation behind fixing world oil prices, according to the Sunday Telegraph. The Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) is torn about who will replace the current secretary general of the world's most powerful group of oil producers, Abdullah Salem el-Badri. The paper revealed that the former Opec president and energy minister of Qatar, Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiyah, has been approached by three countries to see if he would be willing to take on the role, exposing the depth of divisions that are emerging within the group as falling prices wreak havoc among their economies.

Sunday share tips: Carillion, Cineworld, Travis Perkins 01 Mar 2015 | 14:14
Might Carillion be building up for another bid for rival Balfour Beatty? Ahead of Wednesday's results and after last week's six-month takeover bad came to an end, Danny Fortson in the Sunday Times said the buying opportunity looks to have gone for good and suggested that Carillion itself was also one to avoid. Since it walked away from the acquisition, Carillion's shares have risen but there appears little to get excited about, with profits expected to have flatlined and looking subdued for the year ahead.

Tuition fees would drop to £6,000 under Labour 27 Feb 2015 | 17:05
Ed Miliband has confirmed that if elected, Labour will cut tuition fees in England to £6,000 from autumn 2006.

London close: Stocks inch lower as US data and comes in mixed 27 Feb 2015 | 16:43
Despite setting a new intraday record just before the close, the FTSE 100 finished just a few points lower on Friday as investors took profits after a batch of mixed economic data from the States.

Europe close: Stocks gain on Greek bailout extension approval, unexpected rise in German inflation 27 Feb 2015 | 16:20
European stocks gained after Germany approved Greece's bailout extension and after a report showed German inflation rose expectedly in February.

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